Fall 2015 Class Schedule

Drop Spindle by Michael Wade via flickr

Drop Spindle by Michael Wade via flickr

Ewephoric Fibers is teaming with Yarn Works to bring you a full schedule of classes. Visit Yarn Works’ website to register.

Note: A spinning wheel may be reserved for any class if the student notifies us ahead of time.


Spinning for a Project September 17 and October 1, 2015, 5 – 8 pm $75, materials included So many of us spin yarn just to spin and then wonder what to make with the yarn. In this class, students will pick a small project (hat, scarf, or socks), an appropriate fiber, . . . → Read More: Fall 2015 Class Schedule

New Class Schedule!

Ewephoric Fibers is teaming with Yarn Works to bring you a full schedule of classes. Visit Yarn Works’ website to register.

Note: A spinning wheel may be reserved if the student notifies us ahead of time.

Here is a list of our classes:

Spinning Beaded Yarn August 2, 2014, 10:30 am – 3 pm $50, materials included Lots of us love knitting with beads. We can place the beads exactly where we want them. But if you don’t care where the beads end up, there are wonderful yarns with the beads already attached, if you are willing to pay . . . → Read More: New Class Schedule!

Canceled: April Communal Spinning/Crafting at Peaceful Paths

Hi Folks: We are postponing the Peaceful Paths meetups until further notice. We will have them again, as well as classes and Ewephoric Trunk Sales, and we will post here several weeks in advance so you will be able to get them into your calendar. Cheers! Jane

A Taste of What We Have to Offer!

Look at what I just got in the mail! Notice it came by courier into the USA before going into the mail? The wrapping is muslin cloth that has been sewn onto the box! How fun is that?!? My charka and punis came packaged like this. Makes you realize how inexpensive labor is in India.


These takhlis will be going into our cotton kits. These fabulous kits have a variety of different cottons and cotton preparations for you to try with your lovely takhli or spin on your wheel. You will get to experience cotton . . . → Read More: A Taste of What We Have to Offer!

Ewephoric Spinning Academy

Wild Roving, Tamed

Wild Roving, Tamed

Join Ewephoric Fibers for an informative and fun-filled day of spinning. In the morning portion of the workshop, we will spin wild roving and batts. In the afternoon, we will work on plying to make the best possible yarns. While we are learning about wonderful fibers, we will also be helping a most worthy cause, Peaceful Paths. This non-profit group assists women moving out of abusive situations into a position of self-sufficiency and strength. Ten percent of every workshop fee will go to Peaceful Paths. Feel free to bring a non-perishable food donation for their food pantry. Details after the jump…

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Why do you spin?

Ginger's Workshop

Ginger writes: Why do you spin? Why in this day and age of readily available, immediate gratification yarn stores and online shops would you want to spin individual strands of fibers into yarn?

Me? Why do I spin? There are reasons I can delineate and many others I simply cannot.

I spin to produce the specific yarn I want for a specific project. Sometimes I find a pattern that I particularly like and plan out the yarn I will use. I select the fleece, wash, dye, card, and then spin to the weight I want. I . . . → Read More: Why do you spin?

Going to the Spin In?

Our Booth at the 2010 Gainesville Local Art Market

January 26 – 29, 2011.

Destin, here we come! We are teaming up with Hanks Yarn and Fiber (WEB, BLOG) and traveling to Destin, Florida, for the January Spin In (RAVELY, YAHOO GROUP). We’re packing the van full of fibery goodness on Wednesday morning and leaving bright and early. Shoot one of us an email at <www (at) ewephoricfibers (dot) com> if you are looking for something in particular, and, if we have it, we’ll bring it.)

We hope to see you . . . → Read More: Going to the Spin In?

Join us at WoodsEdge!

Photo from our visit to WoodsEdge Wools Farm last year.

From the WoodsEdge Newsletter (you can read the entire newsletter here, or visit the WoodsEdge website):

Knit & Spin with the Experts Sunday, August 8 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. [WoodsEdge Wools Farm, 78 Bowne Station Road, Stockton, NJ]

Fellow fiber aficionados, come and share your love of textiles at the Knit & Spin with the Experts. Bring your current knitting, crocheting, felting or spinning project and learn tips from Ginger, Jane & Linda who have a combined textile background of over 100 years!! Ravelry fans . . . → Read More: Join us at WoodsEdge!